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Delighted to work with physiotherapist Paddy O'Rourke of Z10 Physiotherapy in Bath Avenue Medical Centre in Dublin 4. Take a look at www.z10physiotherapy.com or www.bathavenuemedicalcentre.com for more information.

#Physiotherapy #SportsPhysiotherapy #Dublin4 #BeggarsBush #Sandymount
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Great post from +Yoast on Hreflang tags in multi language websites.
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For the best range of permanent and contract Business Analyst jobs in the UK and Europe talk to Proactive.IT now!
http://proactive.it/services/business-analysis-jobs/

#ITIL #SSADM #BusinessAnalyst #ITjobs  
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Delighted to be working with leading UK It recruitment agency, Proactive Appointments on their new Wordpress website.
Check it out now for the best #ITjobs in the UK and Europe!
#recruitment #jobsearch #as400 #Oracle  
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Interesting piece on the evolution of the button in design.

#UX #onlinemarketing #ecommerce
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More than just Analytics, this is a great guide for anyone using Twitter professionally! #Twitter #TwitterTips #TwitterMarketing  
Twitter Analytics: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need http://dlvr.it/BkVfCv
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Google+ back track on the 'single sign on' changes. Surely the end of the road for G+ as a social network.
We're excited to keep making Google+ an even better place for people to engage around their shared interests, with the content and people who inspire them.  At the same time, we'll be making some changes across Google so people who don't use Google+ don't need a public profile to use other Google products.  You can read more on the Google Blog here: http://goo.gl/08a5cF
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Facebook page administrators are to be hit where it hurts after the social network announced that their 'Likes' will suffer a dip in the coming weeks.

That's because Facebook is now purging likes from inactive accounts, such as memorialised users and deactivated pages. The company believes the move will make audience data "more meaningful for businesses".

http://www.siliconrepublic.com/new-media/item/41016-publishers-to-see-like-co
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If you have a #Wordpress .org site and a Google+ business Page
Give your brand an extra boost with this Rel=Publisher markup
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